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Calgary Today
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Joe McFarland has his finger on the pulse of the city. Hear more about the stories that matter most to you on Calgary Today.
 
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Michigan Radio
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Stories from Michigan Radio.
 
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PonderMed
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PonderMed. Breaking down the big ideas in healthcare. Hosted by Dr. Robert Lloyd.
 
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Modern Mommies
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Rachael and Aziza are two Mom's in their 20s just trying to navigate the ins and outs of parenting. Join them as they share parenting tips while knocking down boundaries put in place by society and tradition.
 
Encouraging public service improvement through shared learning and knowledge exchange
 
We Choose Respect is dedicated to giving parents the information they need to help their kids grow to be happy, healthy and respectful. The show features interviews with authors and parenting experts from around the World. The show's host is Jed Doherty, also known as Jedlie, a former licensed, certified social worker who has been presenting motivational magic shows at schools, churches and public events throughout the US and Puerto Rico since 1983.
 
Ambitious about Autism is the national charity for children and young people with autism. We provide services, raise awareness and understanding, and campaign for change. This is our monthly podcast which was created by the Youth Patrons at AAA and covers the topics that they are interested in.
 
This is my personal journal... A journal of my journey through life... Recorded for you in case something happens to me and I am no longer here... So you will always have me with you, by your side, so you will know my thoughts, my loves, my passions... I record these episodes for you so you will know me even better than you already do, for you to share these thoughts and insights with your families, and they, their families, and hopefully they will continue the cycle and so on. I also choose ...
 
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Dr. Keith Show
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Dr. Keith Brown is a Speaker, Teacher, Coach, Author, Entrepreneur, and Entertainer, and of course, Radio host who specializes in Spiritual Teaching for Successful Living. This show is an extension of Dr. Keith's work. To find out more, be sure to visit www.KeithBrown.org.
 
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Bullying is serious issue in schools across the country. Severe bullying can have long-term effects on the victims. Michigan law requires school districts to have anti-bullying policies and to investigate and report cases. But when Lansing State Journal reporter Rachel Greco looked into whether districts in the Lansing area are obeying that law ...…
 
ONLINE CHARITY ACCOUNTS A number of accounts have opened online to raise funds for the Lovett family. We'll share some tips to help make sure that contributions make it to the persons you intend. SPRINGBANK DAM OPPOSITION We'll chat with residents who are in opposition to the Springbank Dry Dam. ANTI-BULLYING BYLAW The City of Chestermere has p ...…
 
In life we face difficult circumstances and situations where we need to make the right choices and also understand that while all may seem hopeless, you are not alone and there is help. We talk to Marc Mero from ThinkPoz.org and the Make It Stop campaign all about bullying and suicide awareness.By Tony.
 
CANNABIS RESEARCH FUNDING Today Minister Bill Blair was in Calgary to announce federal funding for cannabis research. AIR QUALITY We’ll chat with an expert about the air quality in Alberta, given wildfires in the area, what people can do to protect respiratory health. NEW BIKING BYLAW TALKS Today the city council is reviewing the possibility of ...…
 
We have the power to make changes and choices in our lives. All we need to do is set our minds to it. On this episode we talk about making choices and then making changes on what we have control over. For me, it's life outlook and weight loss. You can do whatever it is you want. Just do it!By Tony.
 
KENNEY'S WAR ROOM The incoming government has announced a "war room" to fight environmental organizations and their "war on oil" as coined by Premier Kenney. TO MY FELLOW TRAVELLERS... Author and blogger James Fell penned a piece on his blog about air travel etiquette and we’ll get his thoughts on flying the “friendly” skies. FARMERS AND MENTAL ...…
 
The popularity of vaping among teenagers is going up. A University of Michigan study found there were 1.3 million more high school users in the U.S. in 2018 than in 2017. Here in Michigan, two bills that would ban the sale of e-cigarettes and other vaping products to minors have been sent to Governor Gretchen Whitmer's desk. One of groups oppos ...…
 
In 2016, Michigan got an important new tool in the growing effort to limit global heating. The state's new energy law requires regulated utilities, for the first time, to submit long-term strategic plans that include reducing carbon emissions. The plans are called Integrated Resource Plans, or IRPs. Consumers Energy and DTE Energy have now subm ...…
 
Have you ever heard of the "needs washed" construction? That's when the verb "need" is followed by a past participle like "washed" or "fixed" without "to be." For example, "That dish needs washed." Two listeners recently wrote to us about this. One says she started to hear it when she moved to Michigan and the other after moving to northwest Oh ...…
 
President Donald Trump’s escalating trade war with China is exposing an inconvenient truth for Detroit’s automakers. Their bet on the world’s largest market may need a rethink.By Daniel Howes.
 
SPRINGTIME SPEED DEMONS Does springtime bring out the speed demons? We'll talk with the traffic division of the Calgary Police Service. ALBERTA WILDERNESS On the eve of the May long weekend, we'll chat about protecting wilderness areas and the importance of keeping ATVs on trails. THE S.S. MOYIE IS BACK! It's back this year and ready for Captai ...…
 
Today on Stateside , an update on the partnership agreements school districts signed with the state to avoid school closures in 2017. Plus, we talk to our Friday political commentators about the recent indictment of state Representative Larry Inman (R-Traverse City), and the effect of “dark money” on the public's trust in government.…
 
In early 2017, more than three dozen schools across Michigan faced an uncertain future. After ranking in the bottom 5% of state test scores for three consecutive years, they risked being shut down by the state’s School Reform Office.By Stateside Staff.
 
The artist and architect Maya Lin is best known for her work designing the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. Lin designed that monument in 1981 when she was still a college senior. Since then, she’s gone on to design numerous buildings, sculptures, and landscape installations around the world.…
 
It’s sad when the bottle is nearly empty. That’s what Tammy Coxen of Tammy’s Tastings found when she visited a friend’s house for a party and the bottle of Ann Arbor Distilling Company 's new Absinthe Violette was almost gone. “What have you done to go through that much absinthe?” she asked. The reply was they had been making Necromancers.…
 
Usually in this business we hear rumors, feel tremors, or flat-out get tipped off that big news is about to break. Not this time. When University of Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein signed a five-year deal to coach the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers Monday morning, I was as surprised as you.By John U. Bacon.
 
COST OF LIVING WAGE DECLINES IN CALGARY The cost of living in Calgary has dropped by $0.75 to $16.45 as a living wage. FORENSICS: TV vs REAL LIFE How do forensics shows like CSI compare to real life? We'll ask a forensic expert for the Calgary Police Service. MONEY LAUNDERING IN ALBERTA Following the revelation of money laundering problems in B ...…
 
Today on Stateside , Right to Life of Michigan has a plan to work around Governor Whitmer's promised veto of controversial abortion bills recently passed by the state House and Senate. Plus, we talk to Joshua Johnson of NPR’s 1A , who’s been broadcasting from Michigan Radio this week.By Stateside Staff.
 
Joshua Johnson, host of 1A from NPR, has been broadcasting this week from Michigan Radio, and heading out into communities around Southeast Michigan to hear what's on the minds of voters. Johnson joins Stateside to tell us more about the show's project 1A Across America, what he's heard from Michigan voters, and the intimate role that social me ...…
 
Some wild stuff is about to go down in Michigan politics, and it all has to do with maps. Normally, the maps that mark political districts get redrawn every 10 years. But now there’s a good chance in Michigan the maps will get redrawn twice just in the next two years.By Dustin Dwyer.
 
DELAYED RETIREMENT More and more Canadians are delaying retirement to help their children. BREAKFAST CLUB Pembina Pipeline has committed $5 million dollars to Breakfast Club of Canada, which feeds students healthy breakfasts at school. (Serving more than 220,000 students in 1,643 schools daily) GIRLS AND WOMEN IN STEM With demand for people in ...…
 
Two Calgary educators, atheletes, speakers, business owners, and brothers were honoured with the Calgary Board of Education's Legacy Award.By CHQR / Curiouscast.
 
Today on Stateside, debate was heated as Republican state lawmakers passed bills banning an abortion procedure known as "dilation and evacuation." Plus, Michigan's next state superintendent talks about what he sees as the most pressing issues facing Michigan schools.By Stateside Staff.
 
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan, what happens to the around 50,0000 people who've previously been convicted of marijuana-related crimes? Some in Michigan say those records should be cleared — a process called expungement — to remove the barriers that come with having a criminal record.…
 
Michigan has a new state superintendent: Michael Rice . Rice began his teaching career as a high school French teacher in the Washington D.C. public school system. For the past 12 years, he's been the leader of the Kalamazoo Public Schools district. And last week, he was chosen by the State Board of Education to assume the state's top education ...…
 
THE CHANGING FACE OF BOOKS Sales of books have been declining in Canada with the exception of children and juvenile books. We'll chat about the way these books are changing. FLOOD READINESS The City of Calgary held an event today to talk about the city's readiness for potential flood events. SAFE PASSING In honour of road safety week, we'll tal ...…
 
Today on Stateside , as Detroit tries to land a big new Fiat Chrysler assembly plant by offering tax incentives, some in the city are skeptical after past development deals failed to deliver. Plus, now that recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan, we hear what California is doing to clear past marijuana-related convictions.…
 
There are roughly 50,000 people in Michigan who have been convicted of cannabis-related crimes. Now that voters have legalized recreational marijuana, advocates are working to get those convictions cleared. That same process began in California after voters legalized recreational cannabis there in 2016. We talk to Capital Public Radio reporter ...…
 
The city of Flint has won a federal whistleblower lawsuit filed by a former city administrator. Natasha Henderson filed the lawsuit after she was fired in 2016. She claims she was fired for asking questions about Mayor Karen Weaver’s 527 political fund. After deliberating for a few hours Tuesday afternoon, the jury disagreed.…
 
GETTING ALBERTA BACK TO WORK Premier Kenney and Minister of Treasury Travis Toews announced their plan today to get Albertans back to work. We'll get a reaction from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. RURAL CRIME WATCH Data from Stats Canada shows that rural crime was 38 percent higher than in urban areas. WESJET AND ONEX Private ...…
 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LINKED TO TWO HOMICIDES Two recent homicides have been identified as being rooted in domestic violence. WILD ROSE BEER SELLS Wild Rose Brewery has sold to Sleeman Breweries. FIRE CLEANING IN BANFF This weekend will kick off clearing to prevent the spreading of wildfires. ROLLER DERBY IN CALGARY This weekend the Calgary roller ...…
 
CRYPTOCURRENCY EXPLAINED We'll chat about cryptocurrency for the uninitiated with an expert. ON-DEMAND TRANSIT PILOT Calgary is piloting a new on-demand transit project pilot for a few select neighbourhoods. The fare will be the same as a regular fare. DAVID AKIN ON GREEN WIN We'll chat with Global News's David Akin about his take on the Green' ...…
 
BARRY COOPER ON WESTERN ALIENATION We'll chat with professor Barry Cooper about Western alienation. ABUSE TEXT LINE A new text-and-chat line will be a province wide number for private and confidential access to victims of abuse. BRIDGELAND POLKA DOTS Early data from a traffic-calming efforts in Bridgeland show that it may be working. FRIENDSHIP ...…
 
Joining us for Mental Health Week is Sam Fiorella, co-founder of The Friendship Bench, yellow benches that are safe spaces for anyone wanting to connect to peers.By CHQR / Curiouscast.
 
PROVINCIAL vs. FEDERAL CARBON TAX A Saskatchewan provincial court just ruled the federal carbon tax constitutional. We'll chat about provincial vs. federal carbon tax and which benefits Alberta more. GSA WALKOUTS Thousands of students walked out across Alberta in protest to the UCPs policy on GSAs. HIKE FOR HOSPICE Hike for Hospice is this Sund ...…
 
SPORT CALGARY'S NEW LEADERSHIP Sport Calgary has a new board chair and a new CEO. We caught up with the new board chair, Mary Moran. FRASER REPORT ON PIPELINE CONSULTATION The Fraser Institute has released a report on consultation with indigenous communities regarding pipelines. SAMARITAN'S PURSE HELPS IN NEW BRUNSWICK A local aid organization ...…
 
KENNEY, HORGAN, NOTLEY, AND TRUDEAU TALK TAPS AND TANKERS Premier Kenney, Opposition Leader Notley, B.C. Premier John Horgan, and Prime Minister Trudeau all had things to say about pipelines, taps, and lawsuits. We'll recap the events. MENTAL HEALTH ART AUCTION Hats on for Mental Health is today and the Alberta Teachers Association Local 38 is ...…
 
KENNEY ANNOUNCES CABINET Premier Jason Kenney was sworn in today and announced his cabinet. We'll get a run-down of the ministers with Duane Bratt. MEDICATION RISKS NOT DISCLOSED IN CANADA When communicating risks with medications, Canada is behind the U.S., UK, and Australia. We'll find out why. WARD SUTHERLAND ON BMO EXPANSION Councilors squa ...…
 
A sound capture of the city of Dublin on this episode as we walk the streets interviewing buskers, Dubliners, and talk history, music, and the people of Ireland.By Tony.
 
SCHOOLS HANDING OUT LESS DETENTION Some schools are handing out (or talking about it) less detention. Is detention and suspension an effective deterrent to behavioural issues? We'll ask an expert. U OF C BUILDING DESIGN LAB OPENS The University of Calgary's Building Design Lab opened up Downtown last week. FREE RANGE KIDS In an effort to make k ...…
 
A no holds barred talk about my dealing with adversity and accepting change in life.By Tony.
 
JASON KENNEY SPEAKS TO CAUCUS Jason Kenney addressed the united Conservative Party Caucus today. We'll share the tape. TABER SHOOTING 20TH ANNIVERSARY Sunday will be the 20th anniversary of a shooting at W.R. Meyers High School in Taber, Alberta. We'll revisit the events with archival tape. VICTORIA MAYOR VISITS OIL SANDS Today Canada Action ho ...…
 
WHO REPORT ON SCREEN TIME The World Health Organization released a report regarding screen time for infants and toddlers; we'll chat with an expert. NEW AFFORDABLE HOUSING ANNOUNCED IN CALGARY A new affordable housing project was announced for downtown Calgary. FILM INDUSTRY IN ALBERTA With several major film productions announced in the region ...…
 
Sometimes in life all we can do is tap into the power of prayer in whatever religion you may practice to help us through tough situations in our lives or in the lives of others. In this episode I am I reminded of just that as I encounter people in need of such prayer as they navigate hard times in their lives.…
 
CALGARY TRANSIT / ALPHA HOUSE PARTNERSHIP Calgary and Alpha House have joined forces to help those in need receive services. PANHANDLING We'll chat about dangerous panhandling practices seen in Calgary. CALGARY EXPO Calgary Expo and Parade is coming this weekend, we'll find out what to expect.By CHQR / Curiouscast.
 
We head to Galway, Ireland where I have a detailed conversation with a man from Cork, the hometown of my Grandfather, and he explains to me about my 'Royal Corkness' which in turn explains a lot about myself that I just couldn't figure out, which in turn is all because I'm Irish, and apparently, Royalty as well! It all fits!…
 
We all have that little audio loop in our heads telling us how much we stink at things, how we cannot do something and that we should just quit. We talk about escaping this vortex of negativity today on this episode of Finding Subjects.By Tony.
 
CHAMBER REACTS TO ELECTION We'll get the Calgary Chamber of Commerce's reaction to the election results. CANADIANS PREFER EXPERIENCES TO MATERIAL GOODS A recent survey shows that 58% of Canadians would rather spend discretionary income on experiences like travel, rather than material goods. ELECTION POST-MORTEM We'll get an election post-mortem ...…
 
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